Biodynamic Apostles of the Languedoc

How a Brit and an American are striving to make some of southern France's best reds
Kim Marcus
Issue: November 30, 2005

Robert Eden, an Englishman with a mop of red hair and a mischievous gaze, walks gingerly up to a pile of, to put it politely, straw and manure. "This is good shit," he says with a broad smile. Eden's piles of compost are located next to the vineyards of Château de Combebelle, high in the rugged hills of St.

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